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Hey you have a killawatt?

1; It would be cool to add you on skype etc

2; I'd really love some other numbers! In particular, x264* (pass 2) against Linx 0.6.5 with a lot of RAM, which should score about 180+gflops (i got ~208 at 4ghz i think with fast ram)

^In order to take such numbers, an OC such as 1.1vcore, 1.7 vrin, 1.1 ring would probably be best, extreme llc on vrin, and a clock like 40x/33x or 38x/33x (whatever's stable) - With and without HT would also be very interesting, but take a bit longer

much appreciated if you could do that!


* http://dc581.2shared.com/download/yNZzmwrI/x264_Stability_Test.7z?tsid=20140129-102227-7849b374

Okay, I didn't follow your instructions perfectly but hopefully you can get the information you're looking for from these results. With these settings the power consumption was lower for some reason.

Ram is very loose 2x4GB 1600 ram....those prices were stupid when I built the system so I was stuck with garbage.
Core clock was set to 4.2GHz
Uncore set to 4GHz (the 34x setting that actually idles at 800)
CPU Vcore was manually set to 1.076. (This is what the bios has to the left of the setting at default)
Vrin was set to 1.7
Ring was set to 1.065
Vrin LLC was set to "normal"
Room temp was 66F or almost 19C
These are rough averages, if the reading bounces from 110-120w then I will note 115w.
CPU cooler is a phanteks TC12DX with only one of the 120mm pwm fans. So It's basically like an expensive CM hyper 212.... lol

The above settings passed 25 passes of the x264 loop (left it overnight). Passed 15 minutes of the realbench 2.0 stress test and an hour of XTU stress test. Finished Cinebench 15. Prime 95/Linx don't crash but I didn't want to leave them on too long hammering my CPU at such high temps.

x264 pass 2 = ~116w
Peak Vcore = 1.080
Hottest core = 51c
XTU CPU Stability test 4.3.0.11 = ~117w
Peak Vcore = 1.080
Hottest core = 52c
Prime95 28.3 custom test set to 8-8FFT with 6144 memory entered = ~160w
Peak Vcore = 1.092
Hottest core = 71c
LinX 0.6.5 with 6144 memory entered = ~170w (~192 GFlops)
Peak Vcore = 1.092
Hottest core = 78c

And here's a screenshot of all the hwinfo sensors after the x264 loop in case you were interested in that too.




NOTE: I'm not attempting to get these results on the chart, I'm a very conservative overclocker and I wouldn't want these results to skew the results from those pushing their Haswell to the limits. Just trying to offer info that was asked of me.
Edited by Derp - 1/30/14 at 8:38am
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Thanks!

How exactly did you get the figures?
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Thanks!

How exactly did you get the figures?

The power consumption is from the killawatt. The maximum Vcore and hottest core was taken from HWinfo after the temps stabilize and don't go any higher. Or did you mean something else?
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The power consumption is from the killawatt. The maximum Vcore and hottest core was taken from HWinfo after the temps stabilize and don't go any higher. Or did you mean something else?

I mean how are you measuring it, is this like a wall power figure for the entire system (if so; what's the idle power reading and psu model?) or is it on 12v cpu input somehow?
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I mean how are you measuring it, is this like a wall power figure for the entire system (if so; what's the idle power reading and psu model?) or is it on 12v cpu input somehow?

It's at the wall for the entire system.

System:

4670k
2x4GB ram
7950
one five year old mechanical hard drive (was always spun up)
one SSD
two 120mm pwm fans
four 140mm fans
seasonic ss-660xp 600w psu (rated platinum)

Btw, the settings above that passed those tests and was still running the x264 overnight threw a blue screen at me during idle.

"STOP 0x00000109: CRITICAL_STRUCTURE_CORRUPTION " ndis.sys.

I don't think the x264 is a very good stability test. mad.gif
Edited by Derp - 1/30/14 at 9:59am
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Curious.. do you see the cache volts go down? Even in Adaptive mine stays where they are (but then, HWInfo reports it 0.04v [1.23v -> 1.27v] higher than what I set in BIOS).

I'm not sure which voltage measurement is the uncore voltage in HWInfo. FYI I'm running adaptive at the moment (but will turn that off when I start OCing my chip and testing stability).

I've noticed that my RAM is set at 1.65v in the UEFI BIOS (XMP Profile 1) but that it usually runs between 1.67v and 1.70v as measured in the BIOS and by HWInfo.

At stock HWInfo says that my VID (under load at 3.9GHz on all cores) is 1.138v and under load my VCore tops out at 1.152 (though usually stays lower than that). Does that bode well for overclocking? I'm cooling with a Phanteks PH-TC14PE with 2 fans and load temps never break 60C.
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It's at the wall for the entire system.

System:

4670k
2x4GB ram
7950
one five year old mechanical hard drive (was always spun up)
one SSD
two 120mm pwm fans
four 140mm fans
seasonic ss-660xp 600w psu (rated platinum)

Btw, the settings above that passed those tests and was still running the x264 overnight threw a blue screen at me during idle.

"STOP 0x00000109: CRITICAL_STRUCTURE_CORRUPTION " ndis.sys.

I don't think the x264 is a very good stability test. mad.gif

Idle crashes are something that won't be found by stress testing though, they sometimes have unusual causes. Not sure what a 109 error is. How do you have your sleep states set?
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"STOP 0x00000109: CRITICAL_STRUCTURE_CORRUPTION " ndis.sys.

I don't think the x264 is a very good stability test. mad.gif

Never heard of that one before, ever. Are you sure that your system is stable at stock? x264 isn't at fault for not picking up some idle bluescreen that has not happened once in nearly 10k posts of this thread, IMO.
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can someone assist with trying to get my 4670k stable at 4.5Ghz or 4.6Ghz?
motherboard is ASUS Maximus VI Hero
CPU is watercooled
Windows 8.1

i am currently experimenting with

multiplier 4.5 Ghz
vcore 1.35v
VRIN (input voltage) 1.9v

handbrake crashes after about 20-30 min or so. BSOD clock_watchdog_timeout or uncorrectable_error

i've tried increasing core voltage, increasing input voltage to 2.1, LLC 100%, CPU power phase extreme. nothing worked.

everything else is AUTO including cache voltage and ratio.

any suggestions are welcome and appreciated.
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Idle crashes are something that won't be found by stress testing though, they sometimes have unusual causes. Not sure what a 109 error is. How do you have your sleep states set?

All enabled including c7. Never had any issues at stock. Any suggestions?
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